Sunday, April 30, 2017

Wrap It! in Doha, Qatar

On our fourth day in Qatar, we went "malling" all together as a family. I have missed malling as I don't do it at all here in France. Sadly, there are no malls yet. I say yet because if all goes well one should open by October this year. Yay!

Unlike the Villagio Mall (click here for the post), the Landmark Shopping Mall was less flashy, less luxurious, and less extravagant. Kind of like the malls I am used to in the Philippines. It felt familiar.

The new mall that we will have in Metz, France will unfortunately probably only have French stores and I doubt it will have a Victoria's Secret store. So of course a visit here was a must. I love everything about it, especially the smell when you go inside. It's hard not to get out without buying something. I behaved and only came out with 1 bottle of body mist.

After our little shopping spree, it was time for lunch. We had our lunch at Wrap It! which was located in the food court.

MR is a big fan of all that is wraps, gyros, burritos, shawarma, ..... So he was quite happy to be eating here. I was happy to have something light, in contrast to how much we've been eating so far in this trip.

It's amazing to see the number of Filipinos workers here in Qatar. Almost feels like home.
Filipinos are the best - never complaining, flexible workers, and always smiling. I may be biased - but it is the truth!

First things first, choose the meat you want - mixed meat, chicken, spicy chicken. These are all marinated in Arabic spices. If you are vegetarian, you can opt for the Falafel (fried chickpea fritters).

Second, choose your fresh greens and vegetables.
You have everything from cucumber to carrots and many more.

Everything is being assembled on the kitchen counter.

Finally, choose your sauce. Again, you have many choices.

There is it!!! My wrap is all bundled up and waiting to be eaten! Hmmm ....

Meat Shawarma with Cucumber, Tomato, Bell Peppers, Onions, Fresh Greens topped by Arabic Garlic Mayo. 2 thumbs up! :)

SO loves doughnuts in general, but she completely fell in love with Dunkin Donuts and Krispy Kreme. I don't think we've ever eaten as many doughnuts as we did in this trip. But we also knew that back in France, we wouldn't be able to have these goodies anymore. Sad.

We also picked up a box of French-inspired pastries. Not as good as what you can find in France, but not too bad either.

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